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Lauren Riley-Gledhill

Lauren Riley-Gledhill 

Director, Operations and Risk | Cayman


Lauren is a Director of Operations and Risk for Collas Crill Corporate Services Limited (CCCS), based in the Cayman Islands. She is responsible for the management of the CCCS team, client relationship development and acts in an advisory capacity for all regulatory initiatives and provides client guidance on business impacts.

Lauren acts as Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officer and Money Laundering Reporting Officer for a number of regulated entities in both the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands.

Prior to joining CCCS, Lauren consulted with several offshore entities, providing regulatory inspection guidance and compliance program development. Prior to her move to the Cayman Islands, Lauren worked for the Bank of America Merrill Lynch in London, as a market risk manager, supporting the global credit, special situations and structured products trading desk. She also has a wealth of data management experience, overseeing a number of global data migration and automation projects. 

Lauren is a Fellow Member of the International Compliance Association (ICA), holding the Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Governance, Risk and Compliance. She also holds the Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMs) designation and is an Accredited Director with the Chartered Governance Institute of Canada.

Lauren has a First Class Honours degree in BSc Economic, Finance and Banking and is currently studying towards a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Durham.

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Collas Crill Corporate Services Limited

Collas Crill Corporate Services Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Collas Crill Group and is licensed to conduct company management business under the Cayman Companies Management Act.

Insight 6 Jul 2021

AML/CTF training

Collas Crill Corporate Services Limited (CCCS) provides 'in person' bespoke Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF) training to in-scope...

Insight 2 Jul 2021

Cayman economic substance update

We previously published an article in March 2019 on the introduction of the International Tax Co-operation (Economic Substance) Act (2021 Revision) in Cayman ('ES Act'). Our...

News 1 Jun 2021

VASP Regime

The Virtual Asset (Service Providers) Act, 2020 (VASP Act) was enacted on 31 October, following consultation with the Financial Action Task Force. The VASP Act is being...

News 18 May 2021

AML/CFT audits for Cayman-regulated

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) has recently imposed administrative fines amounting to millions of Cayman dollars on those regulated entities who have failed to...

News 19 Apr 2021

FATCA / CRS reporting announcement

The Department for International Tax Cooperation (DITC) published an updates bulletin on 15 April 2021, which provided some important details in relation to upcoming...

Insight 13 Nov 2020

CRS and FATCA update

There have been a number of recent amendments to the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) reporting regimes in the Cayman Islands...

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Guide 12 Oct 2021

Continuation (or transfer) of a foreign company into the Cayman Islands

This guide outlines the statutory procedure whereby a body corporate incorporated, registered or existing with limited liability under the laws of any jurisdiction outside...

Guide 13 May 2021

Collas Crill explains... ongoing obligations of Private Funds in the Cayman Islands

This is part of a series of guides in which we examine areas of law that frequently arise in practice. Further guides will be released regularly; click here to subscribe to...

Guide 6 Mar 2020

New Registration regime for Cayman Islands Private Funds and Mutual Funds

What has changed? Existing entities which fall within the definition of a Private Fund under the Law have until 7 August 2020 (the 'Transition Period') to register with the...

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